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Bee Removal – Typically the responsibility of the homeowner, but Tucson Fire Department will respond to aggressive swarms

Brush & Bulky Pickup  – (plus special collection pickup for large amount of refuse and when Brush & Bulky is too far away)

Cockroach Problems

Code Enforcement (such as illegal dumping, accumulation of weeds, unsafe
living condition, poor building maintenance). These codes ensure owners maintain their property which helps to protect citizens’ health, safety and welfare.  We have a direct impact on preserving the livability and property values of Tucson’s neighborhoods by enforcing the
following regulation

Crime Reporting

Fruit Harvesting

Graffiti Reporting report

Household Hazardous Waste – including upcoming collection events, paint swap program and disposing of medications

Junked or Abandoned Vehicles

Pets: Stray Pets, Lost or Found, Animal Neglect

Pulse Point – PulsePoint AED lets you report and update AED locations so that emergency responders, including nearby citizens trained in CPR and off-duty professionals such as firefighters, police officers and nurses, can find an AED close to them when a cardiac emergency occurs.

Recycling Directory

Street & Traffic Maintenance  including missing traffic signs, road
obstructions , shrubs blocking visibility, pothole repairs and asphalt maintenance

Trash Collection – residential, including holiday schedule and pick up days

Trees for Tucson – Find a current selection of good shade trees that perform
well with moderate water that are delivered right to you

Tucson Police Surveillance Camera Registration – Click the following link for directions on how to register your private surveillance camera with Tucson Police:
Surveillance camera registration

Tucson Water
Pay your bill: utility-bill
Report an emergency: (broken water main or pipe, 520-791-4133)
Customer Service: 520-791-3242

Ward 2 Office
Councilmember: Paul Cunningham
Phone: 520-791-4687